For kitchens and bathrooms, whether it's for a renovation / remodel or to replace old fixtures, a new faucet or sink can go a long way to improving looks, usability and long-term value for your Houston home.
A faucet is the exposed part of your sink for hot and cold water. There are thousands of styles available in many different colors and configurations, all designed to either fit an existing sink or plumbing system as well as your personal style, needs and budget. Typically, faucets are not easy to repair beyond replacing gaskets and o-rings, so it's usually recommended to replace them as that provides are more cost-effective long term solution. Faucets can have a variety of features such as separate hot and cold control, varying spray heads, touch activation and more. Abacus' professional plumbers can advise you on the best solution for your needs and budget and install your new faucet for you.
Just like faucets, sinks come in a huge variety of sizes, styles and colors. Whether you want Farmhouse, Stainless Steel, Undermount or other types, Abacus can help you choose and provide professional installation.
Here are the most common types of sinks installed in Kitchens and Bathrooms
This is also known as an apron sink and extends past the edge of your kitchen counter. Used for rustic or traditional styling and is available as a single or double basin unit. Usually cast out of iron or fireclay and very durable.
These types of sinks are installed under the counter to provide a seamless look. This is a great option for a contemporary kitchen design. Available as stainless steel or composite in single and double basin configurations
This is the most common and budget friendly type of sink, also known as a drop-in sink and installs into your counter's sink hole with a lip around the edge.
Usually installed in a smaller kitchen prep area or in bathrooms, this is a shallow sink that can be either top mounted or under-mounted. Available in a variety of materials and styles